It’s our last Newsletter of 2020
What a year this has been!
- Natural Therapies
- Lisa McFarland – Life and Relationship Coach
- How to Sleep Well
- November Special Offer
- Courses to Share
- Dynamic Combinations
The original principles that make up what we refer to today as Naturopathy were first used sometime around 400 BC.
The ideas founder and main protagonist of this mode of healing was the Greek philosopher Hippocrates. He believed, and taught, that one must view the whole person in order to find the cause of that person’s ailment, and then use the facilities and laws of nature to provide a cure.
It was from this original school of thought that Naturopathy takes its principles and methods. Naturopathy is a system of health that involves the usage of scientific knowledge coupled with traditional and natural forms of medicine and healing.
Based on the healing power of nature, this natural healing power is used to support and stimulate the natural ability of the body to heal itself.
We now see that a naturopathic therapist is engaged in a wide range of holistic treatments. Some therapists specialise in just one or two areas, whilst others study a wide range of therapies to help their clients more effectively.
Lisa McFarland – Life and Relationship Coach
I completed my School of Natural Health Sciences Diploma in Life Coaching with a distinction on the 1st August 2019.
I had no plans at that time to set up a business; I was working in HR and really just intended to use the skills I had learnt to help the staff.
So I started running a small coaching group in my work and, after a few of these sessions, someone said “You should do a wee (small) page.” I loved the idea but was also terrified; I had to life coach myself through it! lol
That was the start of Lisa McFarland, Life and Relationship Coach…
How to Sleep Well
What we do directly before sleep affects our rest and dream patterns. Follow our tips for a great night’s sleep.
1. Dinner time
Eat at least four hours before you expect to be going to sleep to allow your body time to digest and reduce any effects your meal may have on you while you sleep.
2. Avoid certain foods and drinks
Foods that can disrupt your sleep include: fatty foods, high sugar cereal, hot and spicy foods, high-protein or high fat meals and raw onion. Avoid coffee, green tea and fizzy drinks that contain caffeine as it can stay elevated in your system for as long as six to eight hours!
3. Screens away
Keep devices well away from the bedroom, and do not engage in ANY screen activity at least one hour prior to going to bed.
Before bed make sure you carve out some time to relieve some pressure: read a good book, take a long hot bath, light candles, apply essential oils with calming properties or place a few drops on your pillow or a napkin nearby, meditate or have a decent yoga-like stretch.
5. Daylight saving
Try to absorb plenty of natural light throughout the day, and cut back on blue light, this can help your melatonin levels and help you have a better night’s sleep.
Sleep well everyone!
November Special Offer
You only need to select 1 course to order. You can email us your other course choices at any time and we will add them to your account.
Please note: Coursework is made available in your account in Modules of 3 Lessons at a time. Further lessons will be released as you study.
Courses to Share!
Did you know courses make great gifts?
You can Share Any of our Course Packs or Special Offers with a friend or family member.
Go to the Pack or Offer page to ‘select your courses’, then ‘Proceed to the Checkout.’
How to allocate the other courses to your friend or family member
Before you pay, you will need to add the following information in the ‘Order Notes’ box located at the bottom of the ‘Checkout Page’:
Add their Name, Email Address and Contact Details, Plus the course/s they wish to study.
We will do the rest. How easy is that!!
Need some assistance?
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
p.s. We also have Gift Vouchers! More details here >>
Courses that will work well together!
- ‘Energy Healing’ therapies such as Aura & Chakra Energy Healing, Colour Therapy, Crystal Healing, Meditation, Mindfulness and Reiki can all help to heal ailments of both the ‘mind and body’.
- Therapists often include more than one type of massage therapy in their ‘Portfolio’ enabling them to customise the massage treatment to the current requirements of their client. Classed as “Hands on” Therapies; Aromatherapy, Indian Face Massage, Indian Head Massage, and Reflexology can all offer a calm and pleasant experience in the busy world in which we live.
- ‘Natural Therapies’ keep us healthy. Nutrition courses for all ages, or Herbalism and Flower Remedies for those looking for alternatives to conventional drug treatments.
- ‘Talking Therapies’ including CBT, Life Coaching and Stress Management are powerful and practical tools for personal exploration, problem solving and development
Dream big, Shine bright, Sparkle more!
Our thanks to all of you for your support and enthusiasm throughout 2020. Each one of you makes Our School, Your School.
Positive vibes from ‘our graduates’ and ‘great savings’ to be made with our ‘Special Offers’
Our Seasons Greetings to everyone, everywhere!
School of Natural Health Sciences Team
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